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Buddhadharma : Winter 2018
Listen up, old bad-karma Patrul, You dweller-in-distraction. For ages now you’ve been Beguiled, entranced, and fooled by appearances. Are you aware of that? Are you? Right this very instant, when you’re Under the spell of mistaken perception, You’ve got to watch out. Don’t let yourself get carried away by this fake and empty life. Your mind is spinning around About carrying out a lot of useless projects: It’s a waste! Give it up! Thinking about the hundred plans you want to accomplish, With never enough time to finish them, Just weighs down your mind. You’re completely distracted By all these projects, which never come to an end, But keep spreading out more, like ripples in water. Don’t be a fool: for once, just sit tight. —from Patrul Rinpoche’s “Advice from Me to Myself,” translation by Constance Wilkinson TURNING WORD